Cotswold RAW PUPPY - 500G MINCE - BEEF AND TRIPE

£ 2.95 GBP
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Cotsword Raw Complete 80/20 puppy meals are made here in the Cotswolds from quality British meat and seasonal vegetables. Cotsworld food contains nothing but the finest, freshest, human grade ingredients, absolutely nothing is added that is not listed on the label.

We have worked closely with our veterinary and nutritional consultant, Nick Thompson, BSc (Vet Sci) Hons, BVM&S, VetMFHom, MRCVS, in the development of our recipes. Nick is a practising vet and founder of the Raw Feeding Veterinary Society. 

Ingredients:

Our complete puppy recipe has the ideal calcium to phosphorous ratio for young puppies. It also contains Diaturm - a natural supplement with organic turmeric and freshwater food-grade diatomaceous earth, both widely used to promote gut health without the use of toxic chemicals.

 

British beef, tripe, beef bone, beef heart, beef liver, beef kidney, free range eggs, seasonal vegetables (carrots, cauliflower, cabbage, green beans), milled flaxseed, wheatgerm, kelp, milk thistle, dandelion, alfalfa, spirulina, nettle leaf, diatomaceous earth, turmeric and thyme.

Analytical Constituents:

Protein 14.6%, Fat 9.75%, Ash (inorganic matter) 2.3%, Fibre 0.3%, Moisture 72.4%

Energy content 1669 kcal/kg

Ca: P ratio 1.56

Feeding guide:

Being a fresh product once defrosted, keep for 48-72hours in a refrigerator.
This meal should be fed raw. Thoroughly defrost food before serving. 
Always remember good hygiene practices, handle as you would any other raw meat. Wash hands and utensils after handling.

How to feed a puppy?

Puppies need both the right type and right amount of food during their development. They need protein to build growing bodies and calcium for developing bones.

However both need to be regulated as excess energy and excess calcium can cause development disorders in puppies. It may seem counter-intuitive that puppies can have too much of a good thing.

However a high energy diet increases their growth rate and can lead to a mismatch of bone to body growth. A puppy should be fed approximately the same amount of food as it will need as an adult (refer the above table) or, if you don’t know the ideal adult weight, use a guideline of 10% of the puppy’s current weight.

Monitor and weigh the puppy every couple of weeks to ensure he or she is developing appropriately.

SHOULD NOT BE COOKED!